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Hi! I read your question and followed the thread here. When do you think you'll be putting your property up for rent? I live with my daughter, her husband and 3 grandchildren and your home looks very fitting for our needs. We are able an willing to pay rent up to $1800 a month. Please let me know. My email is email@example.com Thank you.... more
Because residents hate it. The management does nothing for residents except milk them for every dime. They even have to pay property taxes on land they don't even own. Homes are being sold for much less than owners paid for them.... more
It depends what your contract says, if you signed it without reading or understanding, then it is on you. This should have been discussed when you signed and then again when you made that offer. The agent though shouold have read it to you and made you understand, Contact their managing broker to let them know this was not done and you cant afford to pay it. If they dont agree you may need a lawyer... more
I have a 3 bed ranch in Coventry that you might be interested in that is in your price range. I tried emailing you but I think you have a bad address...it keeps coming back. If you are interested email me at firstname.lastname@example.org... more
In general banks are eager, however, they definetely want highest and best for property. Typically the longer it stays on market , the more eager they are to get it off the books. Time of year does not necessarily play a role , but days on market more than likely does. if you are competing with other buyers on a specific bank owned property, then rememeber banks like offers with the least amount of contingencies and always like a fast close.
Credit and income both are very important factors in geting a loan, however, employment and other items are also considered. It seems you may qualify for a RIH ( Rhode island Housing loan) but your best bet is to speak with a knowledgeable loan officer and if you do not qualify yet, they should be able to give you tips on how to prepare for getting a loan down the road. i would be happy to refer you to a qualified Mortgage person.
Bob - Depending on what type of loan you get, then yes, the bank will do an inspection and an appraisal. Some loans are very strict (no loose handrails, failing roofs, holes in tubs etc). Your experienced agent should know what type of loan you are going for & guide you to homes that would meet their approval.
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Tax advantages from purchasing house are attributed to the year in which you a purchase a home, so buying in January won't' affect your taxes until the following year. Best practice.....take your time, with a qualified realtor, to find the home that best fits your needs and wants.... more